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March 22 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Leaders Of Over 30 Countries Meet In A Brussels Summit To Promote Nuclear Energy” • In the shadow of a giant monument glorifying nuclear power, over 30 nations from around the world pledged to use the controversial energy source to help achieve a climate-neutral globe while providing countries with an added sense of strategic security. [ABC News]

Atomium monument, Brussels (Fisnik Murtezi, Unsplash)

  • “WMO: The Earth Continues To Warm As Nations Ignore Climate Science” • Scientists and officeholders are gathering in Copenhagen to discuss how to meet nationally set contributions they agreed to at the 2015 Paris climate accords. The nations have been unable to reduce emissions as they strengthen their embrace of fossil fuels. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Further Rise In Food Prices Possible If Global Temperatures Continue To Rise” • Rising global temperatures could strain the agriculture industry, and worldwide inflation will likely cause food prices to increase more, a study says. Changes in average monthly temperatures have the strongest and most consistent correlation to productivity and inflation. [ABC News]
  • “FERC Affirms Decision To Hold Utilities Accountable For Interconnection Delays” • FERC, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, affirmed its determination on key provisions in Order No 2023, its landmark interconnection ruling. FERC can penalize utilities and transmission owners that fail to respond to interconnection requests in good time. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Toxic Chemical Releases Have Declined 21% In Ten Years In USA” • The US EPA released its 2022 Toxics Release Inventory National Analysis. It shows that environmental releases of the inventory’s chemicals from facilities covered by the program were 21% lower in 2022 compared to 2013. This includes a 26% decrease in air releases. [CleanTechnica]

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